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have admired the whole of my professional life, if not my whole life, reverend jackson has been an inspiration to me in everything he has done. i grew up knowing who this man is, and what he represents and the struggles he went through to have a national conversation in every major city and he's going to tell you about other things going on. perhaps even worse than san francisco or oakland or san jose, but i can't rest on the lores that we might be better in employment. we might be better not having that many homicides but we lost a lot of the african-american community in the last 10-20 years. we lost the redevelopment agency that gave a lot of promises. i am trying to keep those promises, but i've got to find more and better ways to interrupt the violence, and i want today to register a personal appeal to our religious leaders to help me do that, find ways. i suspect it's not about money. it's not about numbers of jobs. it's about who we talk about and who we relate to, and how can we penetrate barriers or vacuums where there is no conversations going on? how do we ta
political and cultural figures; from jesse jackson to prince. her goal, capture a split second that endures through time, revealing personality and passion. >> terry: for me, there's a difference between a photograph and a picture. a photograph is a snap. a picture is something that really says something, that's going to stand the test of time, that people can look at a hundred years from now and learn something from it, or be intrigued by it, or poses more questions, perhaps. i'm terry gydesen, and i'm a freelance documentary photographer. the documentary part for me has always been the most interesting form of photography. i'm not as much of a director, i like to go into a situation of chaos and find the picture. and i don't set things up with any of my work. i've been pretty lucky at finding images that come together, and when it looks right, i push the button. the political work, i've always, i've gone for not necessarily the candidate who's going to win, it's more of the passion. you know, sometimes the underdog, sometimes people that i'm, i completely have opposite views of. i was jus
involved? >> oh! like jackson style. he's got the one glove. >> he's got two gloves. >> he's got two gloves. >> lonot michael jackson at all >> look at the bride. she looks mortified. >> she's like, at least they could have gotten me a part. i just have to stand here. >>> that's it for "rtm." we'll see you next time.
presidential primary came to new york, new york state, critical moment and jackson scored upset wins over dukakis and al gore sort of around the edges. koch linked up with gore because he did not like jesse jackson. he called new york city hymie town in 1984 and saying any jewish person is crazy to vote for jackson. jesse jackson won new york city. and it was indication of the problem that sort of the racial problem that sort of really flourished in the democratic party while koch was mayor and then a year and a half ago, david dinkens challenges ed koch and beats him in the primary and now the end of the political career. >> hawkins killed before the primary and put a spotlight on the racial insensitivity and the challenges of the city under koch. earlier -- last year, talked about the central park five movie and infamous moment saying obviously they're guilty and obviously they weren't. moving along from that. he was the embodiment of the city. brash, combative. so colorful and charismatic. won 21 races and lost 3. a congressman and then mayor for three terms. niktd has a great quote. a
this morning" from super bowl park at jackson square, new orleans. we want to get right to some breaking news from turkey. >> that's where a suicide bomber set off an explosion outside of the u.s. embassy this morning. mark, good morning. >> good morning, charlie and norah. the news is recent and somewhat contradictory as to what has happened place. there has been an explosion, it appears, at the side entrance of the u.s. embassy in turkey. there are two reports of deaths involved. one says a suicide bomber. another says two have died at this. one agent in turkey say these were turkey security employees. this appears to be a side security gate to tell bacy. the staff in the embassy, we're told, are in a lockdown now, not responding to phone calls at this stage. the embassy in turkey, by the way, with a lot of u.s. embassies under the threat in the islamic world, this embassy does not come under one of those to be a prime security threat. the explosion appears to have been sizeable enough to damage the security gate at the side of the embassy but no damage from the initial picture, anyway, to
the food fabulous, but i headed to jackson square for the sights and sounds to soothe the soul. ♪ [ "creole march"] ♪ >> jackson square, a feast for the senses. it takes you to another place. >> it's a wonderful. it is unique to the city. it's a great time. you get to really meet the artists pharmacy there working. it's fabulous. >> behind each of these artists is a story. he chooses to make something beautiful from tattered debris left by devastating hurricanes. >> this painting here has a branch i found all the banks of the mississippi river. what your looking at here is a child's desktop. then you are looking at par from a house. there are a lot of items that i find are really tattered. i even do reconstruction to save the items. going through storms and the hard ship, it is similar to our lives. we have to piece it back together no matter what the damages. >> the positive by the comes alive in new orleans. like a catchy tune, it stays with you. >> it is always a celebration of life. they are always up be. they are always having a good time. ♪ down in new orleans >> i just cannot get
. >> this is great. >> she is part of a huge crowd of fans from our area to arrive today. kim jackson came from annapolis. a trip to have been planning for a while. >> we got our tickets when we beat england. i told my wife were going to the super bowl. >> others are still looking for tickets. there will be in luck if they have the cash. prices are still way above face value but have dropped a little on the ticket website. we met this guy tonight. he is a ticket broker. the prices will hold at about that level. he showed israel tickets with their embossed face and black light water mark. he said watch out for fakes. >> it sounds too good to be true it probably is. >> and do not have to worry about that at all. >> we got some more prices. want to have spent $3,000, you might want to jersey or t- shirts. the official licensed jersey, $135. >> thank you. it may have heard beyoncÉ is in new orleans had a per halftime performance. she was -- responded for the first time about the lip- synching controversy during the presidential inauguration. ♪ oh say can you see ♪ >> she is admitted to lip- s
appropriate. the super bowl celebration has transformed the city. this is jackson square, the downtown new of orleans. you can see what happened here. created a super bowl pavilion. watching theeen coverage this week, this is look at whatscenes this looks like here. you see the map, the big screens, and the lights. look at the set up here. you have massive production right in downtown new orleans. some say it is a big deal, is just a game. this is a lot more than just a game. have businesses across the street. happened inwhat after hurricane trip began after hurricane katrina, the slowly build back. you can see the thousands of fans who are out here. they have been touring the area for days. as a maryland guy, we are seeing of purple and black. fromve david and diane maryland. what are you wearing? you are fitting right in. >> we are having a lot of fun. this is your first super bowl experience? >> yes. after we didn't go last year we never make that mistake again. >> it has been amazing. city has been incredible. there are so many raven's fans here, it is great. >> let us see what you are
this today and jesse jackson and against violence prevention and that we can represent that well in the season of peace and we bring forward carolyn scott for our opening prayer of this peace hour. >> thank you reverend bryant. bow your heart with me. a discussion on the importance of interface based leadership on the city's violence prevention initiative predict and organize for a safer san francisco is where we're opening up in prayer. iicizea and "it shall come to pass before they call i will answer and yet while they are speaking i will "hear". mayor lee you spoke briefly at the interfaith breakfast and called out for help how do we get to our youth who are disenfranchised and not connected. you asked that you dependd and asked for the help of clergy and the religious community. you said you asked because you and the civic leaders and the departments cannot do it alone. we are here to pray for that reason. you went on to say our future leaders inherit what we do and all that we fail to do. at this breakfast the response from mrs. rita simel of the san francisco interfa
. hallie jackson gives us a preview. >> economists are predicting we will see basically what we have been seeing. the unemployment rate around 720% for the third year in a row -- 7.8%. >> we will see positive economic growth and job creation this year. >> the economy shrank by a tenths of a percentage point. >> president obama spent an entire election promising americans ever return to robust economic growth was right around the corner. >> there was a fourth quarter economic shrinkage. the economy is seeing some bright spots. more people buying cars. when it comes to unemployment, the long-term outlook is grim. >> building study and near 8% is not where we want to be. >> some of the biggest challenges revolving around what is happening here in washington and the uncertainty over the debt ceiling. hallie jackson come wbal-tv 11 news. >> seeing a shift for the super bowl. the commercials are more of a start than the players. jane king has the bloomberg business report. veggies over pizza? >> i know. i'm not sure if i believe that. lockheed martin is seeing record profits on the horizon. the
>>> welcome to "cbs this morning" from super bowl park at jackson square new orleans. we want to get right to some breaking news from ankara turkey. >> as you were sleeping in the west, a suicide bomber set off an explosion outside the american embassy, killing himself and one other person. mark phillips is in london. mark, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, norah, charlie. the attack is said to have been by a suicide bomber and took place at one of the security guards to the embassy building. the actual attack was captured in this cell phone footage. the bomber seems to have self-detonated inside the guard building, blowing the door off its hinges. turkish security guard was killed. there was at least one other serious injury outside. the main embassy building does not appear to have been damaged. none of the staff there hurt. the u.s. ambassador offered his sympathies to the family of the guard. >> from today's event it's clear we both suffer from this terrible, terrible problem of today's world and we're determined after events like this only more to coopera
controversy saying jews "would be crazy" to vote for jesse jackson. but koch told the "macneil- lehrer newshour's" charlayne hunter gault jackson was provoking people. >> i've been the mayor here for 11 years. for ten years, prior to this particular period, we've had no difficulty in this city as it relates to civil disturbance. what he is in fact conjuring up is that the summer that he came here, there might be civil disturbance. that's what he's saying-- fire in the theatre. i don't think that's very nice of him to do. >> sreenivasan: koch left office in 1989 after losing the democratic primary to david dinkins. current new york mayor michael bloomberg reflected on koch's legacy today. >> and when we mourn his passing, ed really-- we always say this, but ed really would have wanted us to celebrate his life and the life of the city he loved. >> sreenivasan: koch voiced that love for his city often, as here in a documentary released in theaters today. >> whenever i would fly home, there was the city of new york laid out before me, and i thought to myself, "this belongs to me! it's extr
" to vote for jesse jackson. but koch told the "macneil- lehrer newshour's" charlayne hunter gault jackson was provoking people. >> i've been the mayor here for 11 years. for ten years, prior to this particular period, we've had no difficulty in this city as it relates to civil disturbance. what he is in fact conjuring up is that the summer that he came here, there might be civil disturbance. that's what he's saying-- fire in the theatre. i don't think that's very nice of him to do. >> sreenivasan: koch left office in 1989 after losing the democratic primary to david dinkins. current new york mayor michael bloomberg reflected on koch's legacy today. >> and when we mourn his passing, ed really-- we always say this, but ed really would have wanted us to celebrate his life and the life of the city he loved. >> sreenivasan: koch voiced that love for his city often, as here in a documentary released in theaters today. >> whenever i would fly home there was the city of new york laid out before me, and i thought to myself, "this belongs to me! it's extraordinary. thank you, god." ( laughs ) >>
before the game. whitney houston and michael jackson have both lip-synched. and madonna was ridiculed after last year's performance. >> i would say her performance at the super bowl was not her best and she was not completely on cue, she missed some of her notes. that's an example when pre-recorded tracks can go wrong. >> reporter: the black eyed peas didn't in 2011 but probably should have. as for beyonce, she's not tipping her hand on what she'll sing, but we do know how she'll sing. >> i will absolutely be singing live. i am well-rehearsed. and i will absolutely be singing live. this is what i was born to do. >> reporter: and while she may have won many fans with her star spangled smackdown today, sunday provides her best chance to score redemption. >> i think what beyonce needs to do at the super bowl on sunday is sing her hits, give a die famic, charismatic performance that we all know she's capable of. >> reporter: a chance to silence her critics super bowl style. ♪ the brave thank you guys so much. >> reporter: you show 'em, beyonce. it's time now for our closing argument. to
chronicle june 14, 2005. >> the not guilty verdicts in the michael jackson trial. front page photo caption, san francisco chronicle june 14, 2005. after the bleeding the blood spattered walls draw the gaze of children wanting to see what has caused such a noise. how can they not stair. arms and legs, pieces of torso scattered, the smell of new death and feared hair. they must be asking the same question. a person who blows themselves up must believe in something. must believe in something or else not. hopelessness degreesed in apnigzs, righteousness disguised in a tuxedo of death much the children don't understand. i being of the dead dying man the bleeding bystanders who left to buy cheese or tobacco. in car bombs suicide bombs and we keep talking as though this will end like the final judgment of that black man who looks white and sleeps with boys but doesn't touch them. after the bleeding the children's shoes will be forever stained in the crimson color of death. who will set the doves free then. >> the next is sdaefrt on the horizon. i'm sure many of you have seen or heard regularly i
at 6:00 p.m. eastern and "cbs this morning" will be broadcasting from jackson square in new orleans this morning. >> when we return, lip service. singer beyonce silences her critics ahead of her super bowl halftime show. [ female announcer ] the one for all. mcdonald's dollar menu. home of the meaty, melty mcdouble you love. and other amazing tastes for just a dollar each. ♪ every day, as always, there's a lot to love for a little on mcdonald's dollar menu. ♪ >>> here's a look at today's forecast in some of the cities around the country. washington, pretty nasty showers and windy, high of 36. atlanta and st. louis, partly sunny, but st. louis, just 26 the high. denver, mostly sunny, 51. 51 in seattle as well. >>> the former head of an iowa brokerage firm was sentenced to 50 years in prison after admitting he stole 250 million dollars from his commodities people. the financial group ultimately collapsed. he apologized to his victims before he was sentenced. >>> beyonce's performance of "the star-spangled banner" before the president's inauguration raised questions on whether she
st. louis cathedral. [ church bells ] >> jackson square, the highway. gone. no access to the river. it's over. >> reporter: and the damage wouldn't end there. >> all you see in front of us, all these trees, all the grassy grounds are gone. this is an up ramp to an elevated highway. >> both the mayor, the governor, the city council, all wanted that elevated highway in the worst way. >> reporter: so a small group of new orleanians went to war. >> we were the underdogs. >> reporter: until reinforcements arrived from san francisco. >> they wouldn't accept a nickel. they came on their own to save the city of new orleans from an elevated highway based on their experience in san francisco with the embarcadero. never seen anything like it. >> reporter: the san francisco brigade's best weapon, one single image. >> we had a photograph of the embarcadero as it passed in front of the ferry building in san francisco. and we juxtaposed a drawing that we did of the vieux carre riverfront expressway elevated in front of jackson square and we sent
today. we've been taking a lot of cabs from our hotel into jackson square and the french quarter and we've been talking to a lot of the drivers and they're saying that there could be a brief work stoppage today and that's because of some regulation grievances the taxi cab drivers have. obviously that would have a crippling effect on mobility in a city that is pushing tourist capacity, about 150,000 people are expected to be here, and i can tell you getting a cab is difficult already, so if a significant number of cab drivers were to strike even for a few hours it could cause headaches for a lot of people and everywhere we go we need a cab so we would be in trouble. it was a little tough this morning when i left the hotel to meet these guys for the live shots. hopefully they get it all worked out and we'll have to i guess see what happens. >> and later in the show you're going to get your fortune told or something like that. >> reporter: well, frank, i was told when it comes to new orleans, you have to enjoy seafood, you have to take a carriage r
cites michael jackson, who is a virgo, and they tend to be extreme perfectionists, over the top, having everything right. >> so it was in the stars? >> you're going to see stars. >> how about take two, the super bowl super kiss? super bowl ad for the web development company godaddy.com. commercial features world famous super model bar refaeli and actor jesse heiman. this isn't even kissing. this is throwing down. the idea of a perfect match, they say, when sexy meets smart, your small business scores. >> right. >> this is the one they're going to run during the super bowl on sunday. this goes on for quite some time. there was a version that was supposedly rejected by cbs where they played tonsil hockey. >> they're tonguing? >> like deep. >> french kissing. >> we had to blur it out, believe it or not. >> it's that bad you had to blur it out? i'm just being dramatic. i actually thought, okay, if he -- listen, there's someone for everyone. if he looked like george clooney and he was kissing her affectionately like that, would it have been edited out? is it because people are like, eww? >>
times. he will join us with randy jackson -- next. >>> also, the report on jobs came out. ktvu's pam cook will tell us about the big impact with wall street this morning. ♪ we were skipping stones and letting go ♪ ♪ over the river and down the road ♪ [ female announcer ] at nature valley, we know nature comes together in amazing ways. that's why we bring together natural ingredients, like dark chocolate with toasted oats, or sweet golden honey. perfect combinations of nature's delicious ingredients, from nature valley. ♪ ♪ i was thinking that i hope this never ends ♪ [ female announcer ] nature valley granola bars, nature at its most delicious. >>> well, the dow crossed over the 14,000 mark this morning for the first time since october 2007. taking a live look at the big board right now, it's still really close, up 135 to 13,996. it's been fluctuating back and forth. should mention the nasdaq is up 31 and the s&p is up 13. now why are stocks doing so well? there was some good economic news out this morning. ktvu's pam cook is in our newsroom with the jobs report and als
in the left hand corner. michelle griego somewhere down there right there at jackson square as the count down continues, just two days away from the big game. cbs 5 political insider phil matier back here, in san francisco. he's got former mayor willie brown and police chief greg surr with him. let's kick it off with mayor brown. we understand you're working on a special committee with condoleezza rice to bring the super bowl here. >> we want to bring the super bowl either 16 or 17, we really would prefer the 50th 50th anniversary of the super bowl and believe me with people like daniel lury and i'm recruiting john madden, it's going to be something very special, and i believe san francisco is currently in the final three or four cities that are under consideration. >> houston is one, miami is one, and they're asked you to help put something together on this. >> they're wondering if we can handle it and we're going to show them sunday that we can. >> o to handle the crowds and parties. >> yeah, and it costs a lot overmine. indianapolis spent $25 mill
jackson said it about as appropriately as any - he wasn't going for the ham, or for the pie in the sky, or for the ham that am. and i really kind of think that's been, i don't know, somehow diverted in modern america-christianity. >> yeah, and i think we'll see that in a lot of religions. again, the beliefs and believers connection. i want to switch gears here, because i think we're getting rolling here on this idea of looking at religion. i want to talk about the six dimensions of religion, which is going to be the structure for our course, and appropriately, in our second class, we'll be looking at those as somewhat arbitrary structure, but ninian smart created the six dimensions of religion, and i found it very effective in looking at that. well, let's go through the six dimensions, and then we'll show a little piece on the mount of beatitudes, and we'll be able to come back and see where they come from. we're really moving through the course, and the first one we're going to look at is the experiential dimension - religious experience - and we've talked about that, how the idea of
. and tomorrow, the "cbs evening news" will come to you from new orleans in jackson square. we'll be right back. with my friends we'll do almost anything. out for drinks, eats. i have very well fitting dentures. i like to eat a lot of fruits. love them all. the seal i get with the super poligrip free keeps the seeds from getting up underneath. even well-fitting dentures let in food particles. super poligrip is zinc free. with just a few dabs it's clinically proven to seal out more food particles so you're more comfortable and confident while you eat. a lot of things going on in my life and the last thing i want to be thinking about is my dentures. [ charlie ] try zinc free super poligrip. aspirin, really? i haven't thought about aspirin for years. aspirin wouldn't really help my headache, i don't think. aspirin is just old school. people have doubts about taking aspirin for pain. but they haven't experienced extra strength bayer advanced aspirin. in fact, in a recent survey, 95% of people who tried it agreed that it relieved their headache fast. what's different? it has micro-particles. enters
kick-off begins at 6:00 p.m. eastern and "cbs this morning" will be broadcasting from jackson square in new orleans this morning. >>> when we return lip service. singer beyonce silences her critics ahead of her super bowl halftime show. show. [ female announcer ] the one for all. mcdonald's dollar menu. home of the meaty, melty mcdouble you love. and other amazing tastes for just a dollar each. ♪ ♪ every day as always there's a lot to love for a little on mcdonald's dollar menu. ♪ ♪ bullying video just turned into a huge p-r problem for the 49-ers. plus - making the transition from mardi gras to super bowl. signs that new orleans is turning into a huge football town. and what about those fans? the search for die-hard members of the 49-er faithful. join us for cbs 5 eyewitness news this morning... beginning at 4:30. good morning. it's friday february 1 >>> here's a look at today's forecast in some of the cities around the country. warks pretty nasty, showers and windy, high of 36. atlanta and st. louis, partly sunny, but st. louis, just 26 the high. den
" with scott pelley. reporting tonight from jackson square in new orleans. >> pelley: good evening. we are here to cover the super bowl this sunday, but we start tonight with the economy. it took nearly five years but the dow is back above 14,000, a symbolic end to the worst economic crisis since the great depression. back in october of 2007 the dow hit an all time high of 14,164 and then the bottom fell out. by march of' 099, that key measure of america's economic health had fallen to 6,547. today the dow gained 149 points to close at 14,009. the market was giving a thumbs up to the latest jobs report. while unemployment did tick up a tenth of a point to 7.9%, a separate survey of employers shows that they added 157,000 new jobs. but is the stock market's big gain a sign of economic health or is it a wall street fever? here's anthony mason. >> reporter: super bowl souvenirs are rolling off the line in a hurry at win craft, the sports collectibles company if winnow ma, minnesota. super bowl sunday is big business here. president john killen says the company just had a strong sales year. >> it a
bradley cooper is with us. also, reverend jesse jackson on his organization's meetings this week on wall street. we'll also be asking him about the continuing murders in chicago. his hometown. they do not stop. also, member of the senate armed services committee, senator richard blumenthal. he had a front-row seat at whatever that was yesterday we were just looking at. we'll talk to him about chuck hagel and whether he's closer or further away from supporting him. also, "the washington post's" bob woodward will be here. and up next, cory booker is likely to be eyeing a run for senator, but frank lautenberg, man, he's going after booker. >> interesting. >> pretty tough. we'll be talking about that, too. >>> first, let's go right now to bill karins. >> oh, lord. >> he's got the weather. >> ratings are going to plummet. bill. >> washington, d.c., overnight was expecting some snow showers and some flurries. oops. it's snowing. already an inch or two on the ground in some areas of maryland. and it's snowing hard from around annapolis across the chesapeake, and as you go into maryland and now
honoring motown records barry gordy. we caught up with the reverend jesse jackson and how to best bridge the economic gap between the races. he thinks that education is the most effective solution. >> better to educate people and leave them ignorant and unemployed. it must start with prenatal care, head start and day care on the front side. not just welfare on the backside. ashley: that was the reverend jesse jackson speaking out on education. tracy: we have breaking news now for you. "wall street journal" reporting that time warner cable ceo glenn britt will step down at year's end the source says the stock is down, the stock is down two third of a percent again. time warner cable ceo glenn britt stepping down according to "the wall street journal.". hmmm. >>> all right. we have automakers turning some heads with their january sales. ashley: yeah. tracy: even auto expert rebecca lindland says she is amazed by some of them. she is our guest next. ashley: everyone wants a new car. let's look at the winners and losers with the dow the big winner. here are other companies that are moving hi
of tourism loved the ad, thought it was great. >> bob: good thing. >> andrea: i think the janet jackson flip -- >> bob: what did you call it? >> greg: let's not repeat it. >> andrea: i think the world has gone crazy. if i walked to a bowles party and there were just veggies i would go crazy. one chance we want to eat tacos and hamburgers. >> greg: who brings, by the way, who does bring a veggie tray to a super bowl party? >> bob: broccoli on super bowl day. >> greg: bill hemmer never invited me to a super bowl party. >> andrea: i didn't know vegetarians have that much clout, a big lobby. >> eric: everybody is grabbing hold to promote the causes. >> dana: i have had enough. usually you're offended on somebody else's behalf but then you find out the jamaicans were not fended. most people in the arab world would not be offended by ad describing lawrence of arabia. they couldn't vote for arab on a camel that is not different than real life. not a lot of democracy going on. my hero is the p.r. american who gets a call from one of the nut groups and their quote to them is not well, we're sorry, we
orleans on this gorgeous set from super bowl park at jackson square. ahead they may be the most famous parents in the country this weekend, jack and jackie harbaugh will watch their sons coach against each other on sunday, but first, the proud parents will be right here on the set with us. also, we have the hundred-year- old cotton warehouse and it contains a hidden arsenal of special ops team and gear. john miller takes us inside. plus, new orleans native and two-time super bowl mvp eli manning. all that and more when we see you at 7:00. >> charlie, thank you. we'll be watching at the top of the hour. >> no tie today. charlie looks good. >>> passengers are still steaming after a metro meltdown on the green line wednesday night. hundreds of commuters were stuck in a tunnel for hours. >> metro is offering at least some answers for the if fiasco. delia goncalves is live at the navy yard station with a look into that. >> reporter: good morning. this is what we can tell you we know happened so far. metro tells us there was a fire on an insulator. that's a fire engsly on one of the -- engsl
. andrew jackson basically ended its charter. there's a long history of mistrust in parts of the united states about the central bank and what it does. back in the derickson and hamilton days, a lot of the farm state bankers did not trust the first bank of the united states. -- back in the days of jefferson and hamilton. there is a federal reserve board in washington made up of seven governors and chairman who is ben bernanke. then there are 12 regional fed banks. they're all part of this federal reserve system. the regional fed bank, every chartered bank of the united states has to pay in capital to the federal reserve banks and in return they get a dividend. but these are not banks the way we think of commercial banks. the federal reserve bank of new york is not like citigroup out there trying to earn big profits to return to shareholders. their job is to manage the money supply. it is also to be a lender of last resort in a crisis, which is what the federal reserve did in 2007. when there is a run on a bank, when depositors flee the banking system because they are scared their money
. i put in a call to randy jackson and have not heard from him, and fox has not gotten back to us yet. this is not the first time a confestant on one of the shows tried this. we have seen it time and time again, and it seems like the story in the end always gets found out. >>> arrow smith, fighting for the celebrity rights, how he can become the face of the paparazzi bill. >>> and behind the hoax that broke manti te'o's heart, and he tells dr. phil he is in love with te'o. red lobster's 30 shrimp. wow, that's a lot of shrimp. [ male announcer ] it's red lobster's 30 shrimp! for $11.99 pair any two shrimp selections on one plate! like mango jalapeÑo shrimp and parmesan crunch shrimp. just $11.99. offer ends soon! i'm ryon stewart, and i sea food differently. we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. then you're going to love this. right
. >> are you the police? >> no, ma'am, we're musicians. >> someone say musicians? allman brothers, jackson brothers, evererly brothers, gibbs brothers. >> a few fights. we had a few arguments, just like all brothers. >> like roman brothers, meet romulus, meet remus. dr. joyce brothers. >> a blessing and a curse. >> jim, john, coach, coach, harbaugh, harbaugh, after the big game will they be good brothers, bad brothers? they won't be stepbrothers. >> hey, you awake? >> yeah. >> i just want you to know i hate you. >> no matter what happens, jim and john will always be super brothers. >> yeah. >> that's great. >> a great shame i was not able to fit in emilio esteves and charlie sheen. >>> look at his beautiful face. so later on the show, we have some of the stars -- this is one of them. max, of animal planet's puppy bowl. did you know it existed? >> i did. i'm a big fasten the puppy bowl. big fan of this guy. a nice dog. the tease with the puppy here. >>> how does senator geraldo rivera sound to you? what the tv host says about running for office. ney well we suddenly noticed that everything
's are the hardest. or the os are the hardest. >> that's fascinating. i sat down with hugh jackson a while back and i asked him 'cause he goes from australian to american all the time. what is the secret sentence that they uses to jump from accent to accent. it's mind blowing. check this out. >> stole it from johnny depp. i heard him do an interview that he has a sentence he will say that contains every vowel or con son ant change. silly little thing. >> i gave the movie a 3 1/2 out of 5. check it out. if you're a teen-ager, i think it's really for that audience. >> steve: lightning round. two more movies. tell us how you grade them. >> "bull to the head," new movie with stallone. this is a film that i feel like does a great job with the action, but look at the title. the title does not help hollywood and movie violence. it's gotten more and more over the past couple decades. look back at the original rambo in the '80s. one death in that movie. then fast forward to 2008 rambo, 236 deaths in that film. i give this movie a 2 1/2 out of 5. it's a good action movie, has a good audience, but worth the re
bernanke gave his very famous speech in jackson hole, wyoming? that was in august of 2010. and that's when the market really took off. the federal reserve obviously having a big influence on what was going on. we moved almost 2,000 points right there. that's the key point here. about 20%. that was just in five months. that was the second really remarkable leg of this rally. across 12,000 on february 1st, 2011. here is the european debt crisis. here is the u.s. debt downgrade. remember that? that was august, 2011. that dropped the market down. caused the dow in fact to drop below 11,000. that was in august of 2011. we had a few volatile months where things bounced around and then over all started moving up again. we passed 13,000. that was february 28, 2012. and basically we had a lot of worries. remember last year about europe and minor moves to the down side, and eventually you could see the final move up here to 14,000. okay. here's the next thing. an important thing. let's look at the markets today. i want to just flip forward to what's happening today. there's a lot of questions about
argued about it. there was a second bank of the united states that was created. andrew jackson basically ended its charter. there's a long history of mistrust in parts of the united states about the central bank and what it does. back in the jefferson and hamilton days, a lot of the farm state bankers did not trust the first bank of the united states. there is a federal reserve board in washington made up of seven governors and chairman who is ben bernanke. then there are 12 regional fed banks. they're all part of this federal reserve system. the regional fed bank, every chartered bank of the united states has to pay in capital to the federal reserve banks and in return they get a dividend. but these are not banks the way we think of commercial banks. the federal reserve bank of new york is not like citigroup out there trying to earn big profits to return to shareholders. their job is to manage the money supply. it is also to be a lender of last resort in a crisis, which is what the federal reserve did in 2007. when there is a run on a bank, when depositors flee the banking system becaus
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